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IN

CRIMINAL LAW,

ARGUED AND DETERMINED

IN ALL THE COURTS. IN ENGLAND AND IRELAND.

EDITED BY
EDWARD W. COX, OF THE MIDDLE TEMPLE,

Serjeant-at-Law.

VOL. XI.

1867 TO 1871.

LONDON:
HORACE COX, “LAW TIMES” OFFICE, 10, WELLINGTON-STREET,

STRAND, W.C.

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INDEX TO CASES

REPORTED IN THIS VOLUME.

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Allen v. The London and South-Western Reg. v. Barrow : — Rape — Consent —
Railway Company :-Duty of police

Fraud...
where a charge of felony is made ... 621 - - Bate, Bailey, and Anslow :-Evi-
Attorney-General for New South Wales

dence--Confession--Inducement-
(app.) v. Michael Murphy (resp.) :-

Concealment of birth ... ... 686
New South Wales--Conviction for

- Bernadotti and others : -Evi-
felony-Venire de novo-New trial

dence – Dying declaration —"Be
-Access of jury to newspapers-

quick, or I shall die”—Deceased
Jurisdiction of Supreme Court of

not sworn before making declara-
New South Wales-Irregularity

tion ... ..

... 316
not avoiding verdict-Remedy ... 372 - — Blackburn :- Embezzlement -
Cannon and others v. Rands :- Alleged

Time of appropriation-Secretary
felony--Deficiency in a treasurer's

of a trades union society-Russell
accounts-Bond given to stay crimi.. Gurney's Act (31 & 32 Vict.
nal proceedings—Validity of bond

c. 116)

... ... 157
- Stifling a prosecution - Illegal

--- Bolus:--The Debtors' Act (32 & 33
agreement ... ... ... ... 631 Vict. c. 62) s. 11-Prosecution under
Darling v. Cooper; Beauchamp v. The

-Disposal of goods before bank-
Same :-False imprisonment and

ruptcy--Intent to defraud-Failure
malicious prosecution-Reasonable

by bankrupt to disclose transactions
cause-Evidence of malice... ... 533 to trustee
Leverson v. The Queen (in error) :-

- Brackenridge and King :-For-
Central Criminal Court-Constitu-

gery--- Engraving plate of a Scotch
tion of the Court-Presence of two

bank note-Jurisdiction ...
judges during a trial -- Several

- Brown:--Concealment of birth
Courts-Jurisdiction of the Judge

- What is--24 & 25 Vict. c. 100,
of the London Small Debts Court 286 8. 60.

517
Levinger (app.) v. The Queen (resp.) :-

- Bullock :-Wounding-Animals
Criminal Law--Practice-Jury de

--24 & 25 Vict. c. .97, S. 40-Con-
medietate lingue--Peremptory chal-

struction
lenge to alien juror-6 Geo. 4, c. 50,

- Burke, Casey, and Mullady :-
S. 47 ... ..

... 613 Alien-Jury de medietate linguce ... 138
Re Pigott :-Writ of error-Misdemea-

- Burrows:-- False pretences -
nor- Jurisdiction of Lord Chan-

Evidence ... ... ... ...

258
cellor,

... ... 311 - Burt:--Nuisance - Obstruction
Reg. v. Alsop:-Perjury-Materiality... 264 of footway-Nature of obstruction
— Anderson :-Merchant Shipping

--Statutableauthority-Reasonable
Act-Evidence-Depositions taken

time-Evidence ... ... ... 399
abroad-Absence of witnesses ... 154 - Bury Improvement Commis.
- Anderson : - Manslaughter --

sioners:-- Recognizances-Power of
Foreigner-British ship-Jurisdic-

judge to discharge defendant from
tion ...

... 198 -Corporate body... ... ... 641
– Atkinson and others :- Riot-

- Buttle :-Perjury-Answers be-
Evidence of liability for ... ... 330 fore Commissioners under the Cor-
- Bacon :-Perjury - Information

rupt Practices Prevention Act, 1863
under the 5 & 6 Will. 4, c. 50, s. 78,

(26 Vict. c. 29), s. 7...

566
for furious riding-No penalty im-

- Campbell: -Murder --Shooting
posed by the section

-Intent to kill--Evidence ... 32:3

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Reg. v. Canwell and Dunn : - Misde Reg. v. Desmond and others :-Murder

meanor --- Maliciously wounding L -Conspiracy to liberate a prisoner
Inflicting grievous bodily harm-

-Acts of that prisoner ... ... 146
Common assault ... ...

... 261

Diprose : - Embezzlement –
— Carpenter :-False pretences —

Friendly society-Secretary ... 185
Evidence ..... ....

600 - Dixon : -- Embezzlement - Ser-
- Carrol: Evidence-Depositions

vant or agent ...
signed by magistrate-Signature on

- Dixon :--Murder— Evidence –
last page only-11 & 12 Vict. c. 42,

Use of deadly weapon-Intent to
s. 17

... 322 kill—Defence on the ground of in-
- Casbolt: – Night poaching --

sanity or homicidal impulse ... 341
Limitation of proceedings—9 Geo. 4,

- Dowey :-False pretences-Ob-
c. 69, s. 4 ...

... 385 taining value for notes of a bank
– Chapman:-Murder-Resistance

that has stopped payment-Bank-
of arrest under warrant for misde-

ruptcy
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... 115
meanour-Necessity for possession

- Downing :- Larceny - Oyster
of the warrant by the officer ... 4 bed in a tidal river-Proof of sepa-
- Chugg :- Perjury — Affiliation

rate fishery ...

.. ... 580
summons-Jurisdiction of justices

- Dunning : - Perjury -- Indict-
-7 & 8 Vict. c. 101, s. 2 ... ...

ment ...

... ... 651
- Clegg :-Larceny by a bailee-

- Edgell and Smith :- Arson —
Indictment ... ...

... ... ... 212 “House”-“Building”-Unfinished
- Cockcroft :-Rape-Evidence ... 410 structure—24 & 25 Vict. c. 97 ... 132
Cohen :-Baron and feme-Lar-

- Eyre
ceny-Wife not acting under control

- Falkingham and Falkingham :-
of her husband :

Abandonment or exposure of child
- Cook :-Concealment of birth-

-24 & 25 Vict. c. 100, s. 27 ... 475
Evidence of ...

- Fawcett and others (Justices of
— Cooke :- Larceny-False pre-

Durham). Ex parte Hodson : -
tences-Master and servant ... 101 Vexatious Indictments Act--Re-
- Conning :- Depositions taken

fusal of justices to grant summons 305
abroad -- Absence of witnesses -

- Firth :-Larceny — Continuous
Merchant Shipping Act (17 & 18

act-24 & 25 Vict. c. 96, s. 6 ... 234
Vict. c. 104), s. 270...

-- French:-Forgery--Acquittance
- Costello :- Practice — Fees of

-Receipt–24 & 25 Vict. c. 98, s. 23 472
Attorney-General--Error ... ... 81

- Garland :-Misdemeanour-Pre-
- Crab : - False pretences -- Ob-

vious conviction for felony... ...
taining money by pretending to

- George :-Concealment of birth
carry on a certain business

-Secret disposition of the body ... 41
- Davis :-False pretences --Evi-

– Gillis :- Admissibility of con-
dence ...

fession obtained in expectation of
- Davis:-Habitual Criminals Act, being received as Queen's evidence,
1869, s. 11-Receiver of stolen goods

upon subsequent refusal to prose-
-Previous conviction-Notice to

cute ... ... ... ... ... 69
prisoner

...
...

... ... ... 578 - Glyde:-Larceny-Lost property 103
– Davitt and another : The Trea-

- Gooden : — Forgery – Railway
son Felony Act (11 & 12 Vict. c. 12)

ticket-Receipt or acquittance ... 672
-Overt acts-Supplying arms to

- Greenslade :— Evidence -- Wit-
be used in insurrection-Evidence

ness not in depositions ... ... 412
-Jurisdiction ... ... ... 676 Griffin :- Manslaughter – Cor-
- Day and Cox:-Practice-Aban.

rection of child by father ... ... 402
doning counts-Indictment ...

- Gurney and others :- Criminal
– Deaves :-Larceny by finding ...

procedure — Practice – Right of
– Debriel and another:- Venue-

prosecutor to appear in person-
Guernsey-Larceny-Receiving ... 207 | Conspiracy to cheat and defraud the
- Deeley and others :-Practice

public by circulation of a false pro-
Evidence of persons jointly indicted 607 spectus

414
- Deering :-Larceny-Servant-

- Guthrie :- Carnal knowledge of
Appropriation of money to his own

a girl under twelve-Assault-In-
use Intent ... ... ... ... 298 dictment

... ... 522

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Reg. v Hadfield :-Obstruction of rail. Reg. v. Inhabitants of the Upper Half
way-Alteration of signals-24&25

Hundred of Chart and Longbridge:
Vict. c. 97, s. 36 ... ... ... 574! - Bridge --- Liability to repair —
- Halford :-- Larceny — Evidence 88 Hundred-5 & 6 Will. 4, c. 50 ... 502
- (on the prosecution of the Attor-

– Jenkins :--Evidence--Dying de-
ney-General) v. Kinglake : --Evi-

claration-Admissibility ... ...
dence-Refusal of witness to give

– Jones:-Bigamy-Knowledge of
evidence on account of its criminat-

the first wife being alive-Direction
ing him — Objection overruled —

to the jury ... ... ... ... 358
Motion for a new trial ... ... 499 - Jones : - Manslaughter — Con-
- Hapgood and Wyatt :-Rape-

tributory negligence by deceased ... 544
Attempt to commit-Aiding and

- Jones and others : - Mutiny -
abetting

... ... ... 471 Piracy - Confinement - Revolt –
— Hardy :- Malicious injuries -

Merchant Shipping Act, 1854 (17 &
Obstructing railway train-Signal-

18 Vict. c. 104, part 3, ss. 17, 18)... 393
ling to stop—24 & 25 Vict. c. 97,

– Kay:- Forgery Act (24 & 25
8. 36

Vict. c. 98, s. 24)—Written request
- Harris and Cocks : - Indecent

to pay money without authority ... 529
exposure in a public place-Urinal 659 - Kean and others :--Evidence-
Harvey:-Coining-Having pos-

Bankruptcy examinations-12 & 13
session of a die-Intent-24 & 25

Vict. c. 106, s. 117–24 & 25 Vict.
Vict. c. 99, s, 24-Indictment ... 662 c. 134, s. 203 ... ... ... ... 266
- Harvey and Harvey :-Forgery

- Keena : – Embezzlement -
-Evidence--Comparison of hand-

Cheque -- Indictment — 24 & 25
writing--Imperfect cheque ... 546 Vict. c. 96, ss. 67, 68
- Harwood :-The Habitual Crimi-

- Kilham : - False pretences -
nals Act (32 & 33 Vict. c. 99) s. 11 Hiring a horse—24 & 25 Vict. c. 96,
--Receiving stolen goods — Bank-

s. 88 ... ...

... 561
notes-Evidence of guilty receipt

- Lake and another :-Indictment
- Previous conviction-Recent pos-

under 2 Will. 4, c. 53, s. 49, for
session ... ... ... ... 388 falsely personating a soldier entitled
- Hazell :- Larceny – Obtaining

to prize money ... ... ... 333
property by a trick ... ..

- Leverson : -Attorney and client
- Henderson: -Bailee-- Deposit or

---Privilege--Attorney a witness for
sale-Fraudulent conversion-24 &

prosecution

... ... 152
25 Vict. c. 96, s. 3 ... ... ... 593 - - Lewis and others :--Mock auc-

- Hensler :-False pretences-At. 1 tion - False representation --Con-
tempt to commit the offence ... 570, spiracy-Evidence ...
- Henwood :- Larceny — Indict-

- Lovett :-Forfeiture for Felony
ment-Election-Continuous tak-

Act, 1875, s. 4–Compensation ...
ing-24 & 25 Vict. c. 96, s. 6 ... 526 - - Lumley: – Bigamy - Onus of
- Hibbert :- Abduction - Taking

proof of first husband or wife being
girl out of father's possession

alive at the time of the second mar.
24 & 25 Vict. c. 100, s. 55 ... ... 246 riage ... ... ... ... ... 274
- Hicklin and another :--Obscene

- MacGrath :- Larceny -- Obtain-
publications-20 & 21 Vict. c. 83,

ing money under influence of a
8. 1-Seizure of obscene books-

threat-Mock auction ... ... 347
Intention of the possessor-Order

- McGinnes:-Uttering counterfeit
for destruction of books ...

coin--Husband and wife-Coercion
- Hodgkiss :-Perjury-False oath

of husband-Question for the jury... 391
at common law - Affidavit under

– McKale :-Larceny-False pre-
Bills of Sale Act (17 & 18 Vict.

tences - Property – When not

... 365 parted with ... ...
- Horton :Bigamy-Reasonable

– Mackay :-Evidence-Dying de.
belief of the death of first wife

claration-Admissibility ...
Absence for less than seven years 670 - Macpherson :--Assault- Plead.
-- Howarth: -- False pretences -

ing--Surplusage ...
What is-Indictment-Evidence... 588 - Marsden :- Assault on constable
- Howie :--Forgery - Promissory

- Unlawful apprehension - Con-
note-Seaman's advance note

tinuous pursuit ...

... 90

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